Someone has said that you need to look back in order to know where you want to go.
A prominent Westchester County business leader sounded a rallying call for “political courage” and a cooperative effort of the public and private sectors to bring about urgently needed property tax reform in New York, while public officials in the county called for greater state involvement at the local level when testifying last week before a state commission exploring ways to make government more efficient and less costly for taxpayers.
Ah, Westchester, the bucolic, leafy, tony suburb.
The state of Connecticut received nearly $33 million from its two Native American-operated casinos in April.
The chairman of the Westchester County Board of Legislators said the county should recoup all the money won in damages if it decides to engage in a lawsuit with KPMG Peat Marwick, the former auditor of the Westchester Medical Center.